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Registry Cleaner and Defragmenter

By greatman05
Dec 30, 2006
  1. Hey, guys. What registry cleaner and/or registry defragmenter would you recommend as a safe, clean and rugged utility? I want something that works, and works VERY well. Um, if it wouldn't be too much trouble, could you indicate the program type as follows:

    (1): Freeware
    (2): Shareware/Trial/Try-before-you-buy
    (3): MUST PAY FOR
     
  2. ejames82

    ejames82 TS Enthusiast Posts: 139

    my first computer was a windows 98 and the registry was a mess. this time i purchased reg-supreme for $13 because it was recommended by kaspersky. i don't know how long the license is good for. it doesn't say anywhere on the site. i haven't had any registry-related problems whatsoever, and i am somewhat a newbie. i can't recall whether there was a trial period or not. if there is, you have nothing to lose. Ed James
     
  3. N3051M

    N3051M TS Evangelist Posts: 2,115

    free:
    CCleaner (registry cleaner)
    Auslogics Disk Defrag (does a decent job)

    paid: disk keeper pro (i can't remember the name, something like that)

    Theres a tonne more if you trawl around download sites like www.download.com www.cnet.com etc.
     
  4. Irishquad

    Irishquad TS Rookie

    I use Registry Repair Pro from 3B Software and it will repair and defragment your registry plus quite abit more without you needing to do anything more than push a button. Simple as cake!
     
  5. darkan9el

    darkan9el TS Rookie Posts: 20

    JV16: Registry cleaner and file manager

    CCleaner: Temp files and reg cleaner

    Your uninstaller: To remove programs cleanly

    diskeeper 2007: Defragger
     
  6. Ritwik7

    Ritwik7 TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 1,672   +9

    Regcure is a very good program wid a simple interface...Works really effectively on my comp...Its not a freeware/shareware...Only scans for free...So u cud buy it or use the torrent network 2 get a cracked version!
     
  7. bazz2004

    bazz2004 TS Evangelist Posts: 1,234   +201

    Registry Mechanic is very good but it will cost you money. I was lucky enough to get a rare free trial of the full version and decided it was worth buying.
     
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